Beneath the post-apartheid presidential administration of Thabo Mbeki, Langa served as Chief Justice in the Constitutional Court of South Africa. Previously, he previously offered as Deputy Chief executive and, later on, Deputy Main Justice. After employed in the vocabulary and communications department from the South African Division of Justice, he gained his law level from the University or college of South Africa. As an associate of both African Country wide Congress’ Constitutional Committee as well as the Country wide Association of Democratic Attorneys, he helped create the South African Expenses of Privileges. His sibling, Bheki Winston Joshua Langa, was a South African diplomat to both Russia and China. Nelson Mandela appointed Langa to South Africa’s Constitutional Courtroom in the middle-1990s.